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William Shatner can't escape 'Star Trek,' but his voyage has gone well beyond it

William Shatner chided me when I interviewed him in 1987. The actor wanted to keep the focus on his move into directing, politely objecting when I asked about his relationship with the "Star Trek" faithful after a "Saturday Night Live" skit the year before in which he famously told cast members playing trivia-obsessed fans to "get a life."

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Why Rita Moreno's comment about 'In the Heights' was terribly wrong

In response to the accusations of colorism in Lin-Manuel Miranda's highly anticipated movie adaptation of "In The Heights," legendary Puerto Rican actress Rita Moreno essentially told those objecting to the dearth of dark-skinned Afro-Latinx actors in the cast of the musical to take a seat.

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Tucker Carlson's Fox News colleagues call out his dangerous anti-vaccination rhetoric

Some of Tucker Carlson's colleagues at Fox News are objecting to his reckless anti-vaccination rhetoric. They are speaking out in small ways on Twitter -- but they are not being given the prime time platform that Carlson enjoys, and the millions of people who watch Carlson are not being given accurate information about the Covid vaccines.

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Keilar: Sen. Hawley complains of being canceled ... while on national TV

After objecting to the certification of the electoral college results in January, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) has repeatedly claimed -- on national TV -- that he has been canceled and silenced. CNN's Brianna Keilar looks back at Sen. Hawley's comments surrounding the 2020 election and its results.

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South Carolina Republican Tom Rice faces impeachment backlash

At first, his colleagues thought he made a mistake. Rep. Tom Rice, a South Carolina Republican, voted to impeach former President Donald Trump on January 13, a week after objecting to his defeat, the only member of Congress to do so.

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Opinion: Republican lawyer: Here's what to expect when Trump supporters in Congress object to counting electors

With the House's Democratic majority and enough Republican senators rejecting the President's plea to ignore the Constitution in the counting of the Electoral College, those objecting to any state's slate of electors have no chance of overturning the election result. And it's a mystery how failing, as they are sure to do in the joint session of Congress on Wednesday, can be seen as paying homage to Donald Trump.

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Danger the Trump die-hards are inflicting on America

On January 2, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz that he would join Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley and nine other Republican senators objecting to the certification of Joe Biden's Electoral College victory. Attempting to revive the ghost of 1876's genuinely disputed presidential election, these senators have called for a congressional "electoral commission" to investigate the presidential vote that has been counted and recounted in key battleground states.

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'He'll shiv you': Rick Wilson's warning to Biden about McConnell

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) wrote on Facebook that he has been urging his Republican colleagues to "reject" objecting the certification process of the Electoral College and President-elect Joe Biden's victory, adding that talk of objecting the process is a "dangerous ploy." CNN's John Avlon discusses with former Republican strategist Rick Wilson and FixUS Founder Maya MacGuineas.

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